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During a weekend of fine performances in California and New York, Ralph Boston (left) hurled his long, slender body farther than any man before him
June 26, 1961 | Roy Terrell
For the first time in 40 years, the collegiate championships were held on the Atlantic seaboard. Seven records later, everyone—or almost everyone—conceded it wasn't such a bad idea after all
July 03, 1961
MUTINYSirs:I don't know how long it has been since the U.S. Navy changed an admiral because a few seamen rocked the boat, but from last week's evidence it will be a long time before the Navy does it again. The...
July 31, 1961
BOATING—After winning the first two races in a week of 12-meter competition on Long Island Sound, Chandler Hovey's Easterner lost three races to Columbia and one to Weatherly. But with three second places, the...